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Join Supernatural Girlz Patricia Baker & Becky Andreasson as they speak with Avery Morrow, an author who provides the first English translation of secret Japanese writings. In his groundbreaking book Avery translates four suppressed and secret texts to discover the deeper truths beneath Japanese mythology. Do the Emperors have non Earthly origins? Do these ancient texts parallel the sacred spiritual science of Japan’s Golden Age with ancient India, Eu
Constantly evolving, Japan Soul is a wandering vacuum of ideas influenced by styles as diverse as art rock, sophisti-pop and electronic dance music. Japan Soul is the music collective of Jason Paul—vocals, guitars, bass, programming, David Rozner—percussion, arrangements and guitars, and DaVe Lipp—saxophones, bass, eclectic instruments. Japan Soul seeks to create transcendental music that synthesizes art, dissent and euphoria through popular music. They stop in on Thursday, Ap
SAKANOUYE NO TAMURAMARO: SEI-I TAI-SHOGUN OF EARLY JAPAN Black people of early Japan, the most picturesque single figure was Sakanouye no Tamuramaro, a warrior symbolized in Japanese history as a "paragon of military virtues," and a man who has captured the attention of some of the most distinguished scholars of twentieth century America. A shogun in Japan was a Black man. Yes, that is very true fact. The Black Warrior is not make believe it is a fact of history. Sankanouye No
For those who don't care about Football or get all grumpy if they don't get enough of their Midrats, we're heading back to early in our second year and visit our old friend. In the small world of the Navy blogosphere, when you think of Japan, one name should immediately come to mind; Skippy-san of the blog FarEastCynic. Though most know Skippy by his "interesting" perspective on some of the "interesting" parts of life - what he also has is a good feel for
link to screencaps for this episode: http://plumegate.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/screencaps-for-btr-2-19-14-about-the-march-11th-2011-japan-earthquake-and-tsunami-drill/ Something Wicked This Way Comes: the Story of Plume-Gate the World’s Largest Provable Cover-up in PDF Tony Muga aka: Hatrick Penry is a 45 year old broadcaster, musician and published alternative media author hailing from Gainesville, Florida. He is best known for his work on Plume-Gate, the orchestrated cover-up
Scholar Laura Miller will discuss with us Female Driven Culture in Japan, including examples of the Himiko (Shaman Queen of Ancient Japan or Wa) boom, hunting for female empowerment/spirituality spots, Cat cafes, Otome road where there are shops for female manga and costume play fans and demographic power: male beauty work and herbivore men.
Laura Miller is Ei’ichi Shibusawa-Seigo Arai Endowed Professor of Japanese Studies and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has published widely on Japanese culture and language, including topics such as English loanwords in Japanese, elevator girls, the beauty industry, girls’ slang, self-photography, and divination. She teaches courses on Japan and linguistic anthropology and works to promote Japan Studies through a variety of campus and community programming. She is the author or co-editr of four books on Japan. Beauty Up: Exploring Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics (University of California Press, 2006), Bad Girls of Japan (Palgrave, 2005) Manners and Mischief: Gender, Power, and Etiquette in Japan (University of California Press, 2011), and Modern Girls on the Go: Gender, Mobility, and Labor in Japan (Stanford University Press, 2013).
Today on RTR, we will be talking to Bro Roger Ecoff. He went on a 6 month mission trip to Japan and he has a very good testimony. We first heard his testimony on Apostasy Watch with Steve Lumbley. www.apostasywatch.com His testimony opened my eyes to a lot of what hinders the gospel in other countries. Roger is going to share his testimony with us about the good, the bad and the ugly about actually spreading the gospel in very different culture than what we here in
The Grand Prix race at Suzuka Japan, marked the fifth consecutive win for the unstoppable Sebastian Vettel. The only thing it did not do was, secure the 2013 Formula One Championship title, as some had predicted. Coming in right behind Vettel was the impressive Mark Webber, who ran his last race in Formula 1 at Suzuka. Following Webber was Romain Grojean, who was happy and quite humble to have made another podium for the season. The Lotus driver, was in the lead for h
On this episode, I will have as my guest True Spence, a 6' 2" blond-haired, all-American looking guy, who has lived and worked in Japan for the last 25 years.He closely follows events in the USA and in Asia, and so brings a unique perspective about how America is seen by people of another culture.
No solution seen for Fukushima's radioactive water - toxic ocean leakage to go into 2020's All of Japan is contaminated - government covering u enormous exposures to public
Whatis going on in japan with the issue of the power plant. Then how about world currency and bitcoin and the Dinar coming into realization in the United states with face and finger technology for you to get into your banking account. Then about the government stating those in the media have to give up there sources in order to bring us to a new global controlled state where we have no rights under any constitution. Lets listen and share this program with others and talk about what is are futur